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and i'm kenny choi. let's get a look at weather and traffic. here's roberta gonzales good morning. it's thursday, july 7. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> we're taking a live look at the pyramid. can't really see the top, right? foggy conditions this morning. get a check of traffic and weather. >> yeah. where is it? >> we were taking a look at the fog in san francisco but when you call on our live mount vaca camera, this just screams wake me up! and i think paco, you know what
i'm talking about. [ rooster crowing ] [ laughter ] >> it was -- [ rooster crowing ] >> can't live without that now. >> i'll help you out, ro. >> we have our live weather camera suggesting clear skies inland. there is a fog bank that's streaming well into the tri- valley, however. and right now, we do have temperatures at 53 san francisco, 54 degrees in livermore. it is shrouded in a deck of low clouds and fog, localized drizzle in oakland in the mid- 50s. good morning, santa rosa, you're at 53. half moon bay visibility less than 2 miles due to that deep marine layer that's surging onshore towards the tri-valley. eight-mile visibility in santa rosa. so while we are overcast for openers, we'll see bright sunshine away from the bay, partial bay clearing in the 60s and low 70s. otherwise no clearing along the seashore. your complete forecast is still coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. but right now, here's gianna. >> i'm getting a little jealous with all our sound effects. i think paco is going to have to find me a horn honking or
something. look for that, paco, while i do traffic. checking the roads right now as you work your way towards the bay bridge as you head towards the toll plaza right now traffic is pretty quiet no major snags a nice ride off the carquinez bridge to the maze heading through there. 18 minutes for your drive time off the eastshore freeway. other than that we do have some roadwork still in effect. should be clearing before 6:00 on the bay bridge, both directions, so upper and lower deck affected between the center anchorage and yerba buena island. two lanes shut down so keep that in mind. other than that it is quiet no delays on the nimitz freeway in both directions. back to you guys. >> all right, gianna, thank you. in san jose a couple works together to run a business worth millions and neighbors have no clue the product the marijuana until cops raid it. kpix 5's maria medina is live in the san jose neighborhood where the bust unfolded reporter: this was one of the biggest bust this is san jose and this is the couple police say was behind it. you can see them smiling in
their mugshots. now, police say they operated seven grow houses in san jose. investigators seized hundreds of plants with a street value of more than $5 million. investigators say they had a really sophisticated cultivation and surveillance system. in fact, they were stealing water and electricity allegedly from their neighbors. >> it's like a banging on a door very forceful banging, very surprising. i mean, i know that, um, pot is around. i'm not naive about that. but i didn't think it was next door. >> reporter: and police say, you know, these neighbors had no idea and it was one of the landlords who actually tipped off investigators back in april. now, police say they think that this operation is part of a larger operation and they plan to question more people. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. new police tactics were put to the test yesterday in san francisco.
officers responded to reports of a man with a gun on jones street near market. several times the man told officers that he wanted to die. officers practiced deescalation techniques and called in a negotiator. they also fired nonlethal beanbags subduing the man. after a few hours he peacefully surrendered. not all police confrontations have such a happy ending. nationwide, demonstrations are being organized in the wake of the shooting death of a black man in baton rouge, louisiana. 37-year-old alton sterling was shot and killed in the parking lot of a convenience store by two white cops. the u.s. department of civil rights is leading the investigation. amid the anger and grief a man who saw it and owns the property where it happened is speaking out about what he saw. some of the video contained in this piece is graphic and disturbing to some viewers reporter: thousands gathered for a vigil and protest in baton rouge in the parking lot of the triple s
food market where alton sterling was shot and killed. the owner of the store had given sterling permission to sell c ds on the premises. he described what he saw. >> i came out the store. they were throwing him on top of the car, tackling him to another vehicle. then throwing him on the ground. that's when both cops got on top of him. >> reporter: he says he believes sterling didn't know what the police wanted. >> he was really confused. he didn't know what was going on or why they were there, what -- he asked them before -- when they start trying to push him against the car, what did i do wrong? what's going on? >> reporter: the store owner says he never saw a gun in sterling's hand. >> the gun was never anywhere in his hands nor his hand was inside hi pocket. the gun came out after the cops pulled it out. >> reporter: he got video on his cell phone and it was captured by store surveillance video. he police confiscated the
surveillance video and he hasn't seen it. >> the fbi and the department of justice will be meeting with louisiana state police today to discuss the role state police should play in the investigation. in minnesota, a man is dead this morning after he was shot by police during a traffic stop. his girlfriend diamond reynolds and her daughter were in the car at the time. reynolds streamed the aftermath on facebook and we warn you, this is disturbing. >> he had a firearm and he was reaching for his wallet and the officer just shot him in his arm. >> the man was taken to a hospital where he died. reynolds was taken into custody and is being questioned by police. happening today, pg&e crews are helping clear dead trees in monterey county in an effort to prevent wildfires. they are also conducting daily aerial fire patrols over several fire prone areas in northern california. nasa recently put out research on the mass death of trees in california. there are some 29 million dead or dying trees across the state
right now which can serve as tinder for wildfires. a battle in the east bay over a development that could change the face of a historic hotel. between the oakland and berkeley hills, the claremont hotel is a landmark since it was built. and now a new construction proposal would create a 43-unit condo complex on the hotel grounds. neighbors are worried it will change the face and the pace of the neighborhood. >> hard to explain why, but i don't like the idea. i love the old-fashioned look. i don't want something new looking right next to it. >> a local group called the save the claremont has been handing out flyers to urge people to fight the project. you may be clogging your car's engine because of the gas you buy. a study out today shows that while most gasoline has some engine cleaning additives, only major brands have all of the
extra detergents you need. aaa's tests found that lesser gasolines left 19 times more engine deposits. better gas costs an average of 3 cents more per gallon and only one in eight people picks a brand with the extra detergents. caltrans workers get back to work this morning on dismantling the old bay bridge. this time lapse shows the work from yesterday when they lowered the fourth of five trusses. then it was mounted on barges to take to the port of oakland for disassembling. a new door openedded for dozens in the local area all thanks to a summer camp, this week's "cool camp" is next. >> and a bay area army vet desperate to find her lost service dog. how you can help. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, hey, kenny, i hope we get to see you dance like those kids were at "cool camp"! [ laughter ] >> we are dancing here in the weather department because we have a change in our forecast. the change you need to know about. >> and from the traffic center, i'll tell you why we're seeing delays along the eastshore freeway.
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delays. the full forecast is coming up in four minutes. a bay area veteran coping with post-traumatic stress disorder is hoping to find her lost service dog. leo is a golden retriever last seen on lower sherman island in antioch. the dog's owner says she was out of town and leo was being watched by a dog sitter over the weekend who got separated from the dog on the 4th of july. a group of friends searched all weekend but leo is still missing. contra costa animal services is hoping to reunite the vet with the service dog. >> he was kind of playing around a little bit in the water and lying in the sun and i guess some fireworks were set off from what i know and he took off. >> leo has a microchip. if he is found, he will be scan. every summer in the bay area kids with autism and developmental disabilities have the chance to get closer to their hollywood dreams. and filmmaker joey travolta's
short films camp in moraga is this week's "cool camp." ♪[ music ] >> our baseball field. reporter: caitlyn cook traveled close to 2,000 miles to be on this stage. the 20-year-old from arkansas has always been a storyteller. >> being disabled, you know, i'll always feel like you're left out of something. and here, you really get to experience so much and have a voice and be heard. >> her goal is to write and share her stories with people. >> great job, everybody! everything looks really good, whoo! [ applause ] >> reporter: since 2006, joey travolta a former special education teacher and older brother of actor john travolta has helped students with disabilities find and develop their passion for the arts and film. >> i thought, well, wouldn't it be great if everybody works together on one project and they truly learn the process of
breaking the script down, budgeting, scheduling. >> reporter: fine-tuning audio levels, for exampling artistic shots, and coming up with creative story lines all part of film camp 101. >> it's a parody of dr. pepper called dr. spice. hopefully no one will sue me. >> i just like the team work and i like the fact that it opens a new door of friends. >> a lot of people said i was good at it so i figured i would roll with it. >> reporter: autism affects one in 68 american children a 30% increase from 2008. >> most of the kids that we deal with are usually not included. and this was an inclusion camp. this is about them. it's giving kids a voice. >> reporter: and their voices are only getting louder. >> so the camp lasts two weeks. and they are just hoping that, you know, that passion becomes a practical skill for a lot of them. they have these workshops throughout the year in sacramento, bakersfield and livermore called inclusion films so they are hoping that
the students can develop that. >> looks like they have so much fun too. >> i was there. they were outrageous. they were awesome. >> that is awesome. well, that is cool. we want to know what's cool about your summer camp? email your nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we may come and feature your camp on the show. that was a good one, kenny. on the freeways, we have a couple of things brewing out there. first off we have an accident involving an overturned vehicle. it's westbound 80 out of fairfield near cordelia truck scales. it may be blocking one lane. speeds slow as you work your way through there. so keep that in mind if you are commuting towards the bay area this morning. once you get past that, though, there's no troubles from the carquinez bridge to the maze. traffic is pretty light across the eastshore freeway on that portion with no delays when you get to the bay bridge. metering lights remain off at the toll plaza. the upper deck just cleared roadwork. lower deck closure eastbound
between center anchorage and yerba buena island still two lanes shut down. everything clear on the upper deck of the bay bridge. let's check the nimitz freeway. so far, so good. everything in the green with our drive times. you're up to speed northbound 880, 238 to the maze, 16 minutes to make that portion of the drive. brake lights out of tracy westbound 205/580 connector to the altamont pass. 14 minutes, no accidents just extra busy for that morning commute. and a lot better extra volume towards the dublin interchange. but traffic is moving once you get over towards 680. south 680 starting to see a few brake lights through the sunol grade. northbound 101 at old oakland road they are clearing an accident on the right shoulder. it's not causing any major delays though. traffic is clear. lightly traveled now northbound 101 out of san jose. we are not seeing any delays so you're looking good from capitol expressway towards 237. that's an easy drive with no delays along the peninsula. let's jump to the san mateo bridge where things have been nice for most of the morning. 15 minutes between 880 and 101. and the golden gate bridge off to a great start out of marin
with no delays as you head into san francisco. although, roberta, i did center to use my windshield wipers today. >> i had to use mine also once i took the turn on 580 heading west past oakland. that's how far inland that marine layer does stream this morning. in fact, one of our weather watcher says that, yeah, there in los altos and right there in san jose, we have the thin overcast and temperatures are almost identical to 24 hours ago about one degree difference. right now 53 in santa rosa, good morning san jose 58 degrees. right now our wind speeds are clocking up to 13 in oakland, 11 san francisco, calm in san jose, 14 san ramon, just saw that fluctuating wind in oakland. 23 in the fairfield area. our weather watcher dave in napa says it's almost friday. yes. we call this pre-friday here at kpix 5. calm and partly cloudy this morning in napa. that's going to be the situation for the next several
days. the clouds will hang out at the coast, we'll see the partial clearing around the bay. we'll have bright sunshine away from the bay and every morning localized drizzle. satellite and radar suggests here's the fog bank. you can see it at the coast. saturating our inland areas to the east a good 50 miles streaming past santa rosa to the north and working its way all the way into san jose. in fact, the low clouds, the fog, stream all the way into san luis obispo this morning. here's your futurecast. it illustrates that throughout the day today, coastal areas are just going to be shrouded in a deck of clouds. meanwhile, into the central valley we also have the clouds trying to gather at this hour. onshore snow going to stay strong due to the trough to the north of the bay area that's enhancing that marine layer. again, roughly 2,000 feet and that's why we're seeing that condensation in the form of drizzle. 60s at the beaches, 70s at the peninsula, 70s inland, approaching 87 in the cloverdale area, the warmest
location. mid-70s in the tri-valley. identical conditions friday. then as that trough moves closer to the bay area over the weekend a cooldown will occur. look at our inland areas. you can turn off the ac and just wrap your arms around throwing those windows open. this saturday the 25th annual bike for breath when we start the 65-mile, 30-mile and 10- mile ride. temperatures upper 50s, low 60s, climbing to 72 degrees with partly cloudy skies. hope to see you there. we're riding for better air quality here in the bay area. >> is that good riding weather? >> it's perfect because it's not too hot. it's a great way to see the peninsula. has a few hills in the la honda area but it's lovely. so pretty. >> easy for you because you have been trainin year round? >> kind of. >> you go up the hill but then you go down! a baby deer in the forest is sweet but near durango, colorado, one fawn had to be
put down because a couple of tourists tried to play hero. they were visit a canyon when they saw a baby deer without the mother. they took it to the local humane society. but separated from the forest and family, it got sick and was put down. people should never meddle with fawns and in this case he says that the humane society couldn't bring the baby back home in time. >> they were 30 miles from durango and they brought the fawn to durango and by that time, they didn't -- we didn't have a name of the people. they didn't have a location of where the animal was found. so we couldn't take it back. >> the people who picked up the fawn won't face charges. in colorado, there are no laws against meddling with animals. it's just considered common sense not to do it. some mountain lion kittens in the santa susana mountains
are having fun playing with no tourists in sight. national park service workers just spotted these newborns. 5 kittens from two litters. researchers were able to locate the mountain lion's den by looking at gps data on the mom's tracking collars. hey, good morning, everybody. are you ready for kevin durant? it is happening! i have details and dr. johnny cueto made a pretty nice housecall last night at at&t park. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good morning, everybody. let's give you a little recap from last night. by the end of these highlights might get a look at next week' all star game starter. nfl hall of famer brett favre in the house last night. giants against the rockies. 1st inning brandon belt took over! he lost one off the bricks, scored a run and it was on. buster posey in the sixth a swung-on gone number. giants in command, 3-1. pitcher johnny cueto was on cruise control. he got charlie blackmon to end the a's one of eight punch out of the night. giants won 5-1. cueto's 13th win and fourth complete game of
the season. kirby puckett's statue yesterday. lets you know we're in minneapolis. a's gave it another try. joe mauer in the fifth found a hole off sonny gray. that scored a run. that's all the twins pitcher santana needed. to hit complete game shutdown a's lost 4-0 to drop six of seven. later on today, kevin durant will have his un introductory press conference. dwayne wade reportedly agreed to join the bulls next season. bye-bye, miami. that's sports at this hour. everybody have a great day. >> the heat is not on! pittsburgh the play of the day. pirates and cardinals, bucks right fielder sean rodriguez full sprint laying out for the spectacular grab to rob matt holiday. that saved a run and helped the
pirates win 7-5. rodriguez stretch! gets our play of the day. it is 5:25 now. a second black man killed by police this week and the dramatic shooting aftermath streamed live on facebook. >> hundreds of pot plants seized . what the suspects allegedly stole from neighbors to run their operation. ,,,,,,,,
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into a home. >> we have a change for the weekend. the change that you need to know about. >> trouble spots on the roads in the east bay. i'll tell you where in just a few minutes. >> good morning, everyone, it's thursday, july 7. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. tense moments yesterday during a police standoff with an armed man in san francisco. officers implemented new deescalation techniques newly introduced in their training. and the efforts paid off. >> put the gun down, man! >> police gave the man some space and called in a negotiator. when things got tense, they subdued him by firing nonlethal beanbags. after four hours with the negotiator, the man turned over his gun and peacefully surrendered. a minnesota police department is getting national attention because one of its officers shot and killed a black man during a routine traffic stop. the man's girlfriend filmed it and it's graphic.
>> you shot four bullets into him, sir. he was just getting his license and registration. [ crying ] >> diamond reynolds says her boyfriend philando castile was carrying a licensed handgun when the couple with diamond's daughter sitting in the back got pulled over. diamond says philando was honest about having the gun and simply tried to get his license and registration when the cop fired at him several times. a sergeant from the department insists this kind of thing does not happen in st. paul. >> we haven't had an officer- involved shooting in 30 years or more. i'd have to go back in the history books. >> castille died at the hospital. diamond and her daughter weren't hurt when the cops started shooting. minnesota's bureau of criminal apprehension will investigate. in baton rouge, louisiana a community stood for hours into the night to honor a black father of five who was also
shot by police. video shows alton sterling being pinned to the ground by cops and then shot and killed. he sold cds at triple s store. now there's a justice department investigation as to why a confrontation between sterling and police killed the man. the vigil was peaceful last night and locals stress that despite their frustration, this would not be a repeat of "ferguson." >> i'm angry and i'm mad because they took something from me that i'll never, ever get back! >> some of people say we couldn't come out without burning up our own buildings, without tipping over cars but this is not ferguson, this is baton rouge, louisiana! >> yeah! [ applause and cheers ] >> demonstrators say that they will not stop protesting until they feel that justice is done. in san jose, no one knew a couple next door was growing marijuana until yesterday. that's when a major raid took their whole supply for good. kpix 5's maria medina is live in san jose with more reporter: and good morning.
this is one of the grow houses and one of the biggest pot busts in san jose. now let's take a look at the couple who police say was behind it all. investigators say they have seven grow houses here in san jose alone. police seized hundreds of plants with a street value of more than $5 million. and they say that the couple had a very sophisticated cultivation and surveillance system. in fact, they allegedly stole water and electricity from their neighbors. >> you have electricity that's being diverted you know. it could cause a fire. it could spread to another neighbor's residence. there's the health hazard of toxic chemicals they are using, sometimes fertilizer, inside these homes. >> reporter: the neighbors had no idea that this was going on. it was a landlord who tipped off investigators back in april. police say they believe this is just part of a larger operation
and they plan to question more people. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. the warriors are wasting no time welcoming their newest star to the line-up. this afternoon, gm bob myers and coach steve kerr will officially introduce kevin durant at a press conference. this is a live look at oracle arena. in just a few minutes the team will be rolling out a new banner for the occasion at oracle. all right. kevin durant! a warrior! we have been talking about this for many days now. >> yes, we have. and the warriors just announced yesterday that mike brown is coming to the team as assistant coach, too. he was once voted nba coach of the year with the cavaliers but he has been the with lakers, a lot of experience coming to the team. >> an exciting time. >> i got my season tickets ready. >> mine too. >> what a day this is going to be. >> can you take us one day? >> maybe. [ laughter ] >> if you buy the hot dogs and the popcorn. >> i'll buy you a beer. >> and the beer. >> all right. [ laughter ]
>> buy yourself a beer. good morning, everybody! rise and shine! you will hear a foghorn this morning. [ foghorn ] >> check this out. [ laughter ] >> we have the fog -- [ foghorn ] >> -- and the low clouds obscuring the very tip-top of the transamerica pyramid this morning. that means the visibility is poor around sfo, as well. we perhaps may have some delays on arriving flights at sfo. right now it's 58 degrees in san jose. pretty much 50s across the board. visibility appears to be improving somewhat. we still have visibility under two miles in half moon bay. 8-mile visibility in the petaluma area as well as santa rosa. winds have been increasing and they are all over the place variable winds, west-southwest at 9 in oakland. 13 sfo. 11 san francisco. 14 san ramon. 23 in the fairfield area. numbers today will be below average for this time of the year. no sun at the beaches, 70s sunshine at the peninsula. 80 in morgan hill. east bay numbers stacking up
into the 80-degree mark at best north bay numbers 60s and 70s. your full forecast is coming up. but here's "lady g" right now. >> you just mentioned those winds. now, chp has issued a wind advisory for the altamont pass so windy conditions as you work your way through there. also, we are getting word of some delays as well westbound 205, to the altamont pass, busy conditions as you work your way out of tracy this morning. 14 minutes. once you get past there you will see some extra volume headed towards the dublin interchange although much better speeds at least some green to 680. on the flip side, eastbound 580 right at 680 word of an accident. we'll have you more information on that coming up. right now another accident to report, southbound side 680 just south of south main street. now, this one is blocking at least one lane. no word if any injuries are involved. slight delays approaching the scene. just south there was looks like 680 is doing well from 580 to 101. so no troubles through the sunol grade just that accident out of walnut creek this morning. taking a look at the bay bridge, metering lights are on. you're backed up to the foot of
the maze. a little slow now coming off approaches for the eastshore freeway and 580. back to you. >> gianna, thank you. a violent car crash causes a san francisco mansion to go up in flames. this was the scene yesterday. the driver slammed the suv into this home in seacliff. smoke poured out of the windows. the vehicle ended up on its side halfway inside the home. firefighters doused the wreck of the suv. the force of the impact killed the driver and also caused the inside of the home to catch fire. [ banging ] > firefighters kicked in the front door to get to the flames. they put it out quickly as neighbors looked on in disbelief. a dog was rescued and police say that other than the driver fatality, no other injuries were reported. no word on the cause. it appears that the suv may have struck a pickup truck
before the crash. the house oversight committee has asked fbi director james comey to come to the hilled today despite the fact that the attorney general accepted the fbi's recommendation and closed the case on hillary clinton emails. house republicans are not satisfied. >> we want to know why they're not going to prosecute. everything that director comey said would lead you to believe that she broke the law. >> donald trump taking jabs at clinton while campaigning in ohio with former house speaker newt gingrich. trump renewed her attacks over her email scandal. >> hillary clinton claims that the reason for her illegal use of a private insecure email was that it was more convenient to use, just one device. oh -- . >> earlier she stood in front of a closed down trump casino in atlantic city and criticized his business practices. >> donald trump doesn't think going bankrupt is a big deal but it's devastating if you're someone who plays by the rules. >> trump fired back tweeting
that he made a lot of money in atlantic city but left before politicians made mistakes leading to bankruptcies. the republican national convention is a week and a half away. former presidential candidate marco rubio announced he will not attend the convention. he needs to focus on his senate re-election campaign in florida. hollywood has made one james bond very famous but when it comes to the financial kind of bond that many of us are clueless so cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger offers us some clarity about the bond market -"brexit." what's going on -- post- "brexit." what's going on now? >> bond, all bonds. okay. all the "brexit" uncertainty meant that global investors are pouring money into what we call safe haven investments like u.s. government bonds. so they are buying bonds prices are rising and yields are actually dropping. yesterday, the 10-year treasury
touched an all-time low of 1.344%. now, think about that. if you hold the money for 10 years you get 1.3% interest. if you lend it for 30 years you get about 2.1%. this is terrible news for savers, especially risk-averse ones but it's not great for pension funds. they are trying to provide stable income for retirees. >> so jill, it's got to be good news for borrowers, then, right? >> reporter: yeah. absolutely. the average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed rate mortgages are near all time lows for those with good credit. yesterday there were some lenders as low as 3.75% for 30 years. 15-year loan rates at 2.75%. now, adding to the good news, the exact same time home prices have mostly increased across the nation and credit scores
have generally improved. people who couldn't refinance a couple of years ago may be able to do so now. so to prepare for the mortgage process i have a nice list of every document you need at jillonmoney.com. there's some really fabulous news from mortgage lenders. they say no longer will you need to give them blood to get a mortgage. >> right. bond, 1.3% for 10 years. all right. jill schlesinger this morning, thank you. it is 5:41. these boys and girls are walking, running and jumping their way towards better health. their plan to finish one million active minutes in the next week. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
(upbeat music) - [voiceover] you are san francisco. we've been with you from the beginning. we've seen each other through good times and bad. sickness and health. we're with you san francisco, and you bring out the best in us. care. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital and trauma center. forecast in just a few minutes. the kern county wildfire has good morning. you're watching "kpix 5 morning news." and we are watching the coast.
setting up for low tide. a little bit of drizzle. we'll talk about the beach conditions and your microclimate forecast as the news continues. the kern county wildfire has burned through more than 1700 acres since it sparked last friday. residents of squirrel valley only have rubble where their homes once stood, some have only a chimney. yesterday the county held a meeting to spearhead debris removal efforts. but it looks like the worst of it is over. cal fire estimates that 93% of that fire is contained. speaking of fires, this was the scene yesterday in emeryville. the fire broke out at a new apartment construction site an san pablo avenue near macarthur boulevard. the six-alarm blaze spread to homes and a nearby business. firefighters deployed drones with special image heat sensor technology to locate problem
areas. >> we were able to sense hot spots and able to verify that embers hadn't spread to other locations. and also, make sure that the firefighters were safe down on the scene. >> these images were live streamed to the fire command post for hours as firefighters worked to douse the flames. kids in southern california are embarking on a one month challenge that gets them off the couch and active on the playground. >> this is cool. it's all part of a campaign launched by the boys and girls club to get kids moving. the goal is to get one million minutes of exercise in a one month period. kids are encouraged to move their bodies at least an hour a day. be mindful of healthy eating habits and through activity create positive social relationships. >> i thought we we have to do pushups but it's fun. >> it feels good to be active, run around and nice knowing that i'm doing something with all my friends. >> more than 4,000 boys & girls
clubs across the country are participating in the challenge. >> put everything down and get out there and exercise. >> remember when we used to do that as kids? >> right. >> exercise. >> skateboard. >> warriors have a program where they go to local schools and teach kids how to be active and teach them nutrition to take them home and teach their parents, as well. >> then the whole family learns from it. it's called "get fit" by the warriors. >> boys & girls club are doing a great job with this challenge. >> they are. all right. let's check the roads. >> it's busy. we have a couple snags out there. southbound 680 at south main street we have reports of an accident blocking one lane. couple of cars tangled up so we are seeing delays yellow on our sensors there so sluggish towards the accident. chp and emergency crews on scene. slows down towards 24.
then free-flowing to the caldecott tunnel. not bad to 580. south of there through the sunol grade light 580 to 101, 29 minutes towards the south bay . 20 minutes carquinez bridge to the maze. no delays off westbound 580. looking good northbound 880 approach. metering lights are on a bit of a backup not to the maze so light working your way through there. not too bad out of oakland into san francisco. westbound 580 out of tracy business as usual, no surprise to "super commuters" 32 miles an hour in some spots slow to north flynn so extended just a bring the. a little breezy out there also so be careful. at the dublin interchange, no troubles connecting to 680. an accident eastbound at 680 over to the shoulder.
nimitz freeway looks good both directions. northbound no delays, southbound moving at okay speeds. good morning. our live weather camera this time around features downtown san jose where you have mostly cloudy skies. it's a very deep marine layer. in fact, when you want to compare stats from this time this morning to 24 hours ago, we have identical conditions as far as our temperatures are concerned. all into the 50s. 53 santa rosa. 57 santa clara valley. livermore with low clouds and fog streaming into the tri- valley. winds at 11 in san francisco. temperatures in the 50s, requires a light jacket out the door. i know, a light jacket out the door summertime in the bay area. calm in napa and santa rosa. 23 in the fairfield area. the winds will be variable again today and really kicking up to 20 and 25 during the late afternoon hours.
similar to yesterday. identical conditions away from the bay with the bright sunshine inland and the drizzle is going to intensify each day approaching the weekend. it's a huge shield of low clouds and fog streaming to the north, to the south and to the east with the drizzle all the way into oakland this morning. futurecast illustrates at lunchtime no sunshine at the coast. we'll have partial clearing around the bay. san mateo coast you stay socked in all day long. colma -- colma, daly city, you know the drill. feeling raw with the wind and temperatures in the 50s at the beaches. so the ocean water temperature is 52 right now and with this area of low pressure to the north of us enhancing our marine layer, we have, boy that marine layer is only going to build each day and our temperature, the coolest day is coming up on saturday. seven-day outlook coming up. right now we're looking at sun- up at 5:55. sundown at 8:34. we shave 52 seconds off our daylight in comparison to wednesday.
>> 75 mountain view. mid-70s in san jose. we are averaging about 10 degrees below normal inland. 87 however is spot on in cloverdale as well as in clearlake. there's your saturday only up to 78 degrees refreshing inland while the coast has no sunshine in the 60s. join kpix 5 as we sponsor our 25th annual bike for breath that takes place in atherton this saturday. there's a 10, a 30 and a 65- mile course. join in with the fun bikeforbreath.org. a mama bear was bored with food in the great outdoors. all she wanted was sugar. >> give me some food, yeah! so when she smelled berry pie in a nearby cabin she broke in. first, the bay area's scanned the fridge for treats. only the pies on the table suited their tastes. you can see they banged up the
cabin windows badly. the family who owns the place said that the cubs scattered cheese sticks in one bedroom. [ chuckling ] and the cabin's owner says it was his young daughter to spotted the bears leaving after their dessert. >> a littlest girl on front starts screaming the bear, it's a bear! we thought she was kidding. we turned around and looked and about 100 yards up the road the mama bear was just coming out right in the middle of the road, the little two cubs are following her. and they were playing. >> when the family went inside, they found their whole 4th of july feast a mess. no one was hurt. the homeowners say that from now on they will latch the windows. >> the bears ditched the cheese sticks for the pies. >> they wanted the sweets. 5:51 now. the rules are changed when it comes to laundry. the better way to wash your clothes. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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